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If you do not want to loose touch with the real world, go to this market between 6AM and preferably 8AM, though it is open until 10:30AM. The vendors are very happy with the new hall as it is much cleaner and more hygienic than...More
Come to this small but busy fruit and veg food market to pick up some supplies and have a nice chat to friendly locals. Arrive early!
They will charge tourists more but haggle a little, stay friendly and think about what this amazing produce would...More
Sanur is gaining popularity amongst the foreign tourists visiting Bali. And the morning market our here has something to offer for all age group.
From fresh veggies and fruits to knick-knacks and souvenirs you have got it all here. The vibe is always great out...More
Handy morning market if you are staying at a villa with kitchen facilities.
1kg of tomatoes 10,000, 6-7 eggs 10,000 use to be 7 but many sellers want give u 6 but some still offer 7.
In a back can there is a lady selling...More
After finishing breakfast elsewhere, I decided to take a walk through the markets this morning to stock up on bananas, pineapple and melon.
My 20 month old daughter was chucking a wobbly because it was pretty much nap time and I'd carried her from nearer...More
We were take here early morning by our cooking class hosts. Great chance to buy local fresh produce. Stall holders friendly and happy for u to try different foods for less than $1 AU. Not crowded and good to escape other tourists for a while.
We came here early in the morning as part of the cooking class we did. We really enjoyed our time here.
As a side note if you have a weak stomach and/or you don’t want an insight into where your food comes from in Bali...More
You will find lots of options as most of the food isn't too spicy...the sauces, chilli etc is generally on the table to add yourself. You can also request it to not be spicy. There are also plenty of vegetarian options... More
You will find lots of options as most of the food isn't too spicy...the sauces, chilli etc is generally on the table to add yourself. You can also request it to not be spicy. There are also plenty of vegetarian options everywhere in Bali - including the market. Most vendors speak some English or there is always someone around to help translate if needed. Simple dishes include nasi Goreing (fried rice), Mie Goreing (fried noodle), soups, capcay (vegetables in broth), fried finger food like tofu, Tempe, sweet potato, fried banana and spring rolls (lumpia), satay. At the martabak stand they also have Terang Bulan which is a Delicious sweet pancake ...you have the choice of adding peanuts, chocolate, banana etc topped off with susu (condensed milk) and there is also a stall with sweet local dessert.
I'm sure you'll find plenty to suit everyone in your group! Enjoy 😋
PS - some handy Bahasa for the vegetarian
'Tidak Daging' (no meat)
'Sayur Sahaja' only vegetable
If egg is okay
Telur = egg
Most seem to understand vegetarian as I eat most vegetarian here!
Not on this market that I know! However if you are after real art products the best place to go is Ubud or Mass. I classify art here as in good paintings, woven and hand made batiks, silk products, nice carvings. Obviously... More
Not on this market that I know! However if you are after real art products the best place to go is Ubud or Mass. I classify art here as in good paintings, woven and hand made batiks, silk products, nice carvings. Obviously the prices are well above the street art you can buy anywhere in Sanur or Kuta. Also statues (local stone) in Batu Bulan and some exquisite wooden furniture along the road to Ubud and further North. Around Ubud and Mass you may buy some gold and silver jewelry and or table ware and intricate silver statues. Again the prices are of course adjusted to the quality. If you are after modest type of local art ware, go to the Mata Hari shopping center in Kuta or any other center, you will find all sorts of artsy nick knacks, 13 in a dozen. Most of all just enjoy the "LOOKING AROUND" and make sure what you want.
After all art is in the eye of the beholder.
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The Sanur morning markets open at 8.00am - closing at 5.00pm. Some stalls were still opening around 10.30am. There are stalls with children's, ladies garments, a painting gallery worth a visit - if the artist (elderly chap... More
The Sanur morning markets open at 8.00am - closing at 5.00pm. Some stalls were still opening around 10.30am. There are stalls with children's, ladies garments, a painting gallery worth a visit - if the artist (elderly chap) is there worth watching him paint. Also worth a look for those who wish to purchase metal ornaments ie chooks, owls, geckos, wind chimes.